Pact of the Ancients
A small human, no larger then a child with spiky brown hair. As he gets near you can faintly hear a buzzing sound.
Griffo Weatherbee, level 3
Build: Storm Sorcerer
Spell Source: Storm Magic
Background: River Smuggler (River Smuggler Benefit)
FINAL ABILITY SCORES
Str 13, Con 13, Dex 16, Int 10, Wis 10, Cha 18.
STARTING ABILITY SCORES
Str 13, Con 13, Dex 14, Int 10, Wis 10, Cha 16.
AC: 14 Fort: 12 Reflex: 14 Will: 17
HP: 35 Surges: 7 Surge Value: 8
Arcana +6, Diplomacy +10, Streetwise +11, Bluff +10
Acrobatics +6, Dungeoneering +1, Endurance +2, Heal +1, History +1, Insight +1, Intimidate +5, Nature +1, Perception +1, Religion +1, Stealth +4, Thievery +6, Athletics +3
Level 1: Tempest Magic
Level 2: Arcane Familiar (retrained to Implement Expertise (Light Blade) at Level 2)
Sorcerer at-will 1: Storm Walk
Sorcerer at-will 1: Lightning Strike
Sorcerer encounter 1: Whirlwind
Sorcerer daily 1: Howling Tempest
Sorcerer utility 2: Sorcerous Sirocco
Sorcerer encounter 3: Dancing Lightning
Cloth Armor (Basic Clothing), Adventurer’s Kit, Dagger, Sling, Everburning Torch, Aftershock Dagger +1
Griffo was born during a strange electrical storm on Lake Amildor. He helped his family’s merchant operations on Lake Amildor. Griffo’s mother died shortly after giving birth. Always fasinated with the ruins of Nilmpop on the lake Griff left his family and clansflok after his powers began to manifest from a trip to the ruins, an event he does not like to talk about. After a seemingly failing out with his clansfolk after a display of his power he headed north to Khotham and then on to Silvermont. Griffo has been in Silvermont for just over a year working as a courier. He enjoys spending his free time at the Blue Boar Tavern.
Griffo does not shy away from using his powers, enjoying the feeling as it rushes out his body. In addition to his powers Griffo has a sharp wit and knows the underbelly of society like the back of his hand. He has been known to zap birds and other small creatures out of the sky for both food and sport, though he never leaves the meat to waste…out of respect for his fellow halflings. Haveing an uncanny fear of total darkness, Griffo can never be found without his everburning torch which he has carved with various halfling heroes of past. A scoundrel at heart Griffo has no sense of false pride or chivalry to hold him back in battle or day to day life.
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Griffo lost his life during the mission to the kobold lair
Relationship to other PCs:
- Abderus Mok’Nathal
Really doesn’t talk to him much. He does wonder why he thinks Mort is his long, lost friend, or brother, or whatever. The big hairy spider is slightly scary but Griffo thinks that with one well placed zap and it will be history, if it provokes him of course.
- Morthos “Mort” Graisson
Makes a great bodyguard. No body messes with a little halfling when you have a huge half-orc backing you up. He especially comes in handy when Griffo has to make trips up to the mines.
Zarn magics are quite impressive. Of course he had to learn everything he did so it doesn’t really count. But Griffo could stand by him in the heat of battle. And for an Eladrin Zarn is actually quite humble, which Griffo finds strange. Zarn does seem to have an endless supply of knowledge all sorts of obscure stuff so Griffo knows he will never get bored asking him questions.
- Perion de la Foret
Perion is an interesting little fellow (ha! someone smaller then Griffo), and quite bold for a gnome. Griffo is just waiting for some crazy gadget to pop up but so far none has. He is easy to talk to and his street smarts are quite impressive. Griffo thinks that once all his adventuring is over he could make a tiddy profit with Perion as partner in the “import/export” business.
- Raggar Bloodbane
Although typically not a fan of the clergy, Raggar’s overwhelming personality has earned Griffo’s respect. He knows that this dragonborn is meant for great things and it is better to be part of his troup then to be in the way of it.
Griffo doesn’t know much about this druid, except that he scares him more then that creepy spider.